Micro-Seal® Densifier LS
Deep penetrating Technology
Converts calcium hydroxide to calcium hydrate, creates a harder surface and longer lasting performance.
Breathable and will never crack, peel and will not yellow.
Safe to use
Can be applied anywhere in North America because it contains low VOCs, no carcinogens, no odor. Does not generate hazardous wastewater.
Easy to apply
One coat application. Warranty up to 1 year.
Micro-Seal® Densifier LS
Micro-Seal® Lithium Silicate (Micro-Seal® LS) is much easier to use than sodium or potassium silicates and does not generate hazardous wastewater. It is a high-quality densifier, hardener, and sealer for concrete surfaces. The lithium silicate penetrates deeper than potassium and sodium silicates and is much less likely to blush. The harder surface makes cleaning easier and provides a dustproof finish for easier surface maintenance. Micro-Seal® LS will not contribute to surface Alkali Silicate Reaction (ASR).
|Note to Specifier – CSI Reference Codes|
|09 61/96||FLOOR TREATMENTS, SLIP RESISTENT, CONCRETE STAINING, ABRASION RESISTANT, POLISHED CONCRETE|
|03 35 43||POLISHED CONCRETE FINISHING|
Best Tools for Application
A foam brush is recommended to soak in and saturate your substrate.
Use a small hand pump sprayer.
Use an airless sprayer with a spray tip size between .035mm to .051mm.
Application Best Practices
1) Step One: Prepare the surface and confirm surface moisture is less than 25%. Remove dirt, grime, efflorescence, lime run, construction debris, form oils and release agents, chalked materials, loose and peeling paint, mold, mildew, etc. All cracks should be pointed or caulked.
2) Step Two: Perform a test application to confirm fit and finish.
3) Step Three: Apply the product according to It’s TDS.
4) Step Four: Let cure.
5) Step Five: Perform post application test to assure results are achieved.
Benefits of Concentrates and How to Mix
- Reduces carbon footprint
- Reduces job site and landfill waste
- Reduces worker and supply chain fatigue
- Refer to the description on the packaging for dilution ratios.
- Pour contents of concentrate into an empty container. The container size should be the size of the finished amount of product.
- Fill the container with clean water – we recommend distilled water for best results.
- Mix lightly with a stir stick.
Specification and Ordering Options
Substrate Uses and Anticipated Coverage Rates
Substrate porosity varies due to type of substrate and/or the age of the surface and its exposure to weathering. As a result, coverage rates may also vary. In addition, in certain applications, two coats may be required. Please contact us for coverage estimates. Best practices are to first perform a test application on the substrate, followed by a rilem tube test to ensure adequate coverage/absorption.
Refer to the product TDS for Surface Preparation and Application Methods.
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Coverage Rates (Theoretical)
|Substrate||Sq Ft / Gallon||# Of Coats*|
Testing Data and Product Characteristics
|ASTM F 1869 Water Vapor Transmission Rate||10.00 lbs/ 2,000 sqft/ 24 hours,35.4% Improvement over untreated control specimens|
|ASTM C-642 Water Absorption||After 48 hour immersion, 20.9% improvement over untreated control specimens|
|Color of Material||Colorless|
|V.O.C.||0 g/L V.O.C. Compliant|
|Weight||Approximately 9.2 lbs./Gal.|
|Surface Dry/Recoat/Usable||Approximately 1 Hour|
Approvals, Qualifications and Associations
Call 1-888-765-7070 Option 2 for additional assistance.
|LAUSD – OESH||Approved|
|LEED Points||Up to 3 Points|
|LEED (New Construction)||Available|
|LEED (New Schools/CHPS)||Available|
|All Other States and Canada||Compliant|
|HPD||Various Products Approved|
|American Institute of Architecture||Two Approved CE courses|